So beautiful! This is outstanding! Great work!
This is really nice, Robin. I love the juxtaposition of your photos and your encaustic pieces against this calm and meditative music. I found myself in a better place for four minutes and twelve seconds...I never got to see your other version. When I went to click on it I was told it was unavailable. I'm glad I got to see this one...-Don
Thanks for visiting my blog, Kelly - it wouldn't have happened without technology class.Don, I shared the longer version in my class and the feedback I got helped me to know what to change: Same artwork, 5 second instead of 10 second views plus I decided to not use "the ken burns effect" so instead of traveling through each artwork they are still shots. A better place, huh.... :)
The video didn't work for me. I'm sorry that I missed it. The still shot is lovely.Thanks for joining my followers. I'll join yours and visit your blog again.
Hi Robin - The computer I'm using can't play your video, but I'm looking forward to seeing it when I get back home!Just wanted to let you know that I gave you a Sunshine Award today on my blog, check it out at http://younglaosilkpaintings.blogspot.com/2010/02/sunshine-award.html
Eva, I can't figure out why the movie doesn't run for you, it works fine for me. This is new technology for me and I would love to understand it better.Deborah, thank you for the Sunshine! going to read about it now...
Nice work Robin! Soothing scenes and music... I enjoyed seeing the original photos that inspired the paintings.